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Souper Stacker Benefit A Success

‘6 in the Morning’ anchor LeAnne Taylor and Meteorologist Alan Crone put their stacking skills to the test at Sunday’s “Souper Stacker” benefit on Sunday. Members of the media competed to see who could stack can of soup the highest in 60-seconds.

The “Souper Stacker” fundraiser, sponsored by Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access, is only one component of the “Souper Sunday” fundraiser.

“Souper fundraiser next week that will be open to the public to come and eat as much soup as they can from over 25 restaurants donating their specialty soups beverages desserts and breads,” said Diana Higgins, TSHA Community Relations Manager.

The 24th annual “Souper Sunday” is March 4th at the Tulsa Convention Center from 4-6 p.m. Local restaurants will donate soups, breads, desserts and beverage for an all-you-can-eat afternoon. For one price you can enjoy all the food, and the proceeds fund services for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

For more information on Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access click here.
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